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Sci-Fi / Horror
by Umberto Borsato
movies
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From IMDb: When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall's brain in to the muscular body of a retarded servant Stephen, in order to prolong the aging Marshall's life. Meanwhile, the first monster seeks revenge on the grave robbers who sold the body parts used in its creation to Dr. Frankenstein. Soon it comes after Marshall and the doctor's daughter.
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Topic: Horror
No Type
by Nicholas Krapels
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Thirteen short, abstract electronic tracks from Nicholas Krapels aka N.kra, also known as founder & director of the Slapart netlabel.
Topics: gLiTch, Microsound
Lucha Libre Recordings
by Jesse Andersen
audio
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favorite 2
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I know you were waiting so patiently after "Collect Parts To Build New Ships", but did you imagine a payoff of this scope? 99 songs of tiny places and things to do; songs to make you crash your bike into an ice cream factory, songs to make you build a hovercar, songs to make you power up and explode.
Topics: video game, nintendo, electronic music
Drift Records
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This is the first album from Kernel32's alter ego, Bannister Boy. It's a little more downtempo and features pianos, strings, and bells being cut up and arranged to create warm atmospheres with very soft and subtle rhythm.
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Topics: idm, drift, bannister boy, kernel32, cut up
acroplane.org
audio
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'Automatic Tasty' is the result of one fella's misguided electronic wanderings, and, having only recently been created is still toddling about in relative infancy. Playing to approximately six people at a time in his bedroom he has quickly risen to massive fame, his soulful brand of angst-ridden pop-balladry causing him to come to the attentions of that unflinching bastion of the underground, Mr. Louis Walsh, who posthumously referred to him in a recent interview as being both 'the next big...
Topics: electronica, fun, melodic, lo-fi, dublin, automatic tasty, electro, acid, analogue, acroplane
Petite&Jolie
by kaneel
audio
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kaneel - la pink note your daily dose of bluespoptronica! F i n a l l y, after nearly two months of silence, we are back with a new release and as usual, it's with a certain excitement. Not only because it's been said months ago kaneel would come up with a release for petite&jolie, nor because this release is mixing two years old tracks from his grenier with fresh new materials but for the reason an album of kaneel has been released by Apegenine Recordings and at petite&jolie, we love...
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Topic: electronic, electronica, pop, blues, ambient, glitch, clicks, melodica, nostalgy, romantic
Observatory Online
audio
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Night Night is the lap-pop alias for Dana Gumbiner, singer and songwriter with the California-based Deathray. Night Night's music is a somewhat blurry amalgamation of Speak N Spell affirmations over warbled tone poems, stuttered rhythms and heartfelt clicks and beeps. With Night Night, Dana is trying to create an atmosphere of pleasant fuzziness, something corresponding to a short flight on an airplane, or maybe your first glass of wine. He is inspired by the music and work of Brian Eno,...
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Topics: Electronic, Ambient Techno
Anders Arhoej, 1/2 of the outstanding Danish pop-tronica outfit Snospray blesses us with the debut of his lovely side-project, Eyeliner Airlines . With influences ranging from 80's pop, to experimental electronica, to downbeat melodica, to hummable indie pop, Eyeliner Airlines focuses on the hummability and foot tapability of his music and hopes to have you focus there as well.
Topics: Electronic, Electropop, Poptronica
Monotonik
by Chromatic Flights
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Monotonik has made it to its 200th MP3-based release (and probably somewhere over its 400th overall release, counting sublabels and .MODs), and this milestone comes in the form of Chromatic Flights' second release for the label, 'Heavy Stars Will Fall'. Florida-based Kyle Wyss follows up his 'Memories From The Audible Color Wheel' Monotonik debut with more vaguely psychedelic, beautifully phrased idm, strangely strung out but wonderfully put together. It starts with 'Found Glow', all spaced out...
This Plague Of Dreaming
by [insect:industries]
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So befremdlich Insekten auf uns wirken, so befremdlich muss wohl die Welt der Menschen und ihrer Maschinen auf die Insekten wirken. Was konnte fur uns befremdlicher sein, als ein Insekt zu sein?
Topics: insects, electronic, field recordings, dub, nocturnal, alien, urban sprawl
Community Audio
by various
audio
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favorite 2
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60" somewhere is a collection of twenty 1 minute field recordings taken from all over the world by twenty different sound artists.
Topic: field recordings, phonography
Earsheltering
by MZ-N710
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MZ-N710 is back on Earsheltering Netlabel with Industrial field recordings. Old trains and mills brought to you by this expert.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: netlabel, field recordings, collage, montage, train, micheline, vapeur, moulin
Webbed Hand
audio
eye 8,774
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"To Ancient Noise" is a compilation of manipulated environmental sounds. Whether field recordings, found sounds, radio snippets, or other odd recorded artifacts of audio, these elements are worked by sound artists in interesting and often startling ways. In some cases the sounds may not be processed much at all, but are rather selected for their rhythmic virtues. In other cases, sounds have been layered and heavily effected into lush and alien soundscapes, dark and mysterious. With...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Rhythmic Noise, Ambient/noise, gLiTch, Electroacoustic, Drones, tape collage, musique...
Monotonik
by Beak
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We've made release #150 in style, thanks to Monotonik artist Beak, who previously released the much-loved 'Amoral Mayor Earwig EP' last year. This time, he's returned with the guitar-idm specialness of 'El Hacedor EP', featuring three tracks originally composed for the Project168 collective's efforts earlier in 2005, and his mix of contemplative acoustics and carefully nimble percussion. We start proceedings with 'Baileyi', all peaking hi-hats, wolf howls, and carefully picked guitars, before...
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Monotonik
by Beak
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We first hooked up with shadowy U.S. artist Beak earlier in 2003, when he made an 'absolutely checken' appearance, providing us with a few choice tracks featuring his unconventional but beautiful twinning of multi-tracked acoustic guitars and harder electronics. But it's taken us until now to choose the absolutely perfect combination of sweet and savory songs from his extensive, largely publically unreleased output for the enchanting randomly titled 'Amoral Mayor Earwig EP'. So, where did we...
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Topic: Electronic
Please Do Something
audio
eye 16,769
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Having fixed an exploded cable modem (just by swearing at it), one of our best friends, Connor Kirby-Long, is back -- this time with three new songs he wrote between classes and they're full of all kinds of well-crafted good stuff: pretty guitar melodies, spazzy cut-up percussion, bendy synth notes, and angelic vocals. In the first track, 'Crapstone', Connor takes a handfull of loose stuff found in his jacket pocket and turns it into a daydreamy pop tune. And where 'The eyes of the older...
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Topics: Indie-tronica, Electronic
Webbed Hand
by Exoxen
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Yellowstone is the third Exoxen release on Webbed Hand, and represents a further evolution of the sound of this enigmatic group. Mingling high production standards with gritty lo-fi recording techniques, the result is a body of work that defies easy categorization. It cuts across many genres, containing elements of 60s/70s psychedelic, garage rock, Beefheart, metal, industrial, electronica, all in a mind-bending stew. Personnel: Fly Daniel Kenyon Jeremy Wright Produced by: Daniel McDill Track...
Topic: psychedelic, metal, progressive, rock, electronica, vocal
God Rekidz
by Nervous
audio
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Dark disturbing ambient noise atmospherics from En Coli! He's famous! Use while overdosing on med's and delving deep into the cyber spaces.
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Topic: Ambient
Source: godrekidz.com
Play Code
by spoweck
audio
eye 4,327
favorite 2
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Humoristic overhaul of styles where each track supposes a joke, where each glitch is a gag and where the optimism and the electronics occurs the hand. Here you will find from techno to country, happening through hip-hop and R'n'B, styles all of them, crushed by Spoweck´s DSP beater. Revisión humorística de estilos donde cada pista supone una broma, donde cada glitch un gag y donde el optimismo y la electrónica se dan la mano. Aquí encontrarás desde techno hasta country, pasando por...
Topics: IDM, Glitch-hop, downtempo, Experimental,Electronic, play-code music, play-code sound
Source: www.play-code.com
My Mean Magpie
by Georgia
audio
eye 20,339
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This CD compiles the original Nothing New release from Toronto duo Georgia issued in 2000 and adds 4 tracks (2 previously unreleased). From the lesser-known Sesame Street cover, "I Don't Want to Live on the Moon" (originally performed by Ernie) to the ethereal "Highway Soul (Miracle Mix)" the album brings in outside talents of Wendal's Jef McLarnon and Oval-Teen's Brad Davis to reach levels far beyond their scrappy debut cassette released three years prior. Also, check out...
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Topics: lo-fi amateur pop, indie-pop
Monotonik
audio
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Not necessarily one of Monotonik's most 'normal' releases, but heartily welcomed anyhow, this unconventional glitch-electronic 7-track EP is from the oddly named Gaza F*gg*t, who can best be described as, well, an alter ego of a previous Monotonik releaser. It all starts off with the gentle organ of 'Horse With Gold Teeth', before the latter end of the track gets all warped and Japanese-speech sampling, before the completely awesome 'Rotten Fruit Messageboard Apology' arrives, all explicit...
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Candymind
by Various Artists
audio
eye 622,107
favorite 16
comment 4
For the first time ever the Candy Mind crew stands back to let Peppermint Pony and Bubblegum Octopus present their second Christmas compilation, featuring 24 artists and their view of what a perfect Christmas sounds like. The artists performing on this album do not hold any ownership over the songs, except tracks 10, 14, and 19. All interpretations (c) by their respectable creators. ho ho ho! Peppermint Pony and Bubblegum Octopus says thanks: To all of the very talented artists who contributed...
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Topic: christmas, candymind, electronica, chip, 8-bit, IDM
Source: Candy Mind
Hicc org
audio
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Q. What happens when you have Kids? A. You end up listening to Lots of Children’s songs. This can get mind numbing. Q. What happens when you Electronic Music producers have Kids? A. They to write a few songs for their kids.
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Test Tube
by Pitch Boys
audio
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«(...) Unlike the previous Pitch Boys releases , 'Son of a Pitch' covers different ground in terms of aesthetics. Taking as an approach the typical song format, Nuno grabs some basics of chill-out genre and mixes them with world music references, ambient, broken beat and some lounge to create stylish music drones which are perfect with some smoking of the flora portrayed in both artwork covers. Some personal favorites: 'Creamynal', 'Plonaise', 'Son of a Pitch' and 'Marijuan'. Thank you Nuno,...
Topics: Downtempo, Chillout, Broken Beat, IDM
Monotonik
by Ernesto Aeroflot
audio
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We're delighted to welcome a return for Finnish artist Teemu Kiiskila, aka Ernesto Aeroflot, whose 'Oll Tolk'n' no Ding Atcheev'd' album we released back in 2003, and who is a veteran of other netlabel releases on Commie and Kikapu under multiple aliases. This time round, he's back with an entire album of wonderfully diverse electronics, 'Strogloy - Everything Within', which we're very pleased to be putting out on Monotonik. One of the keys to Ernesto Aeroflot's charms, at least in our eyes, is...
Monotonik
by Beak
audio
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The latest release for guitar and beat-strewn idm artist Beak on Monotonik, following the 'Amoral Mayor Earwig EP' back in 2004 and 'El Hacedor EP' in 2005, the 'Bishop Whitney EP' continues his extremely unique mix of strongly played guitar, acoustic noises and cut-up percussion in fine, fine style. This time, we start out with the characteristic plucked freneticism of 'Context Clues', before seguing into the languid crawl of 'Teach Texas Manner', further showcasing his totally individual,...
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Monotonik
by BitBasic
audio
eye 15,021
favorite 7
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A triumphant Monotonik debut from glitched-up UK resident BitBasic, whose 'Grating Rainbows' EP speeds through 8 tracks in just 18 minutes, and offers a whirlwhind tour to some deliciously cut-up drill & bass action, someone between early Squarepusher, our very own Beak, and somewhere entirely new. Hawesome. Things start out with the loopy, surreal 'Soap', before the lush, hiphop-infused 'Emaze' wanders into view, all lyrical jazz riffs and drilled-up drums, gloriously sunny throughout. And...
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Slapart
by Dr. Moldy Fingers
audio
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Mystery gardner Dr. Moldy Fingers experiments with odd rhythms and timbres to encourage his big beets to grow.
Topics: IDM, Experimental
Urban Sprawl Records
by MonoCulture
audio
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"The Animal Economy" is MonoCulture's third official album. It was created during and directly after a study abroad trip, in the latter half of 2005. Sound sources were drawn from countless hours of field recordings harvested in Hiroshima, and from a stack of cheap vinyl purchased at a crusty thrift store in Phoenix, Arizona. On this release, MonoCulture veers away from IDM, into the genre of instrumental HipHop. The result is a rhythmic chopshop of drums stolen from bad Christian...
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Topic: IDM
After-Dinner Recordings
audio
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Mindlobster releases - and probably is - "The Hardest Working Helmet in Show Business". The EP's four songs bear the sounds of vintage electro, some shaking the dancefloor, others your mind. "Ghost Meat" announces a hollow voice when the first track of the EP takes off. A catchy flute leads a solid rocking beat of compressed electro patterns. With "Waking Underwater" Mindlobster shows his talent of combining samples and sound bites from various genres, weaving it...
Topics: techno, electro, electronic
Source: http://after-dinner.net/releases/1010AD.html
Monotonik
audio
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It's always good to find an original, slightly more maverick voice in the world of electronics - someone who, if not channelling the punk aesthetic, at least goes out on a little more of a limb to imbue their music with edge, unpredictability and, well, soul. So, when US-based Grandma sent us a whole raft of his music, we immediately cottoned on to the mix of alternately classic idm-ish melodies, super-intricate drill+bass programming, and improvised guitars/vocals. That in itself should be...
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Topic: Electronic
WM Recordings
by Vernon LeNoir
audio
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YAWK! is a word that Vernon LeNoir likes to say, when something strange happens during production. It expresses the connection to the subconcious archetype Conrad Vitus Skopzik called "Archetype of Wonder". The manifestation of an entity as wonder doesn't come via a subjective view of life but as an objective expression of natures unbearable cry of flesh. The soul of berserk, that tries to hide under several layers of social and religious conventions of man has the power of...
Topics: weirdomusic, experimental, samples, electronica, exotica, cut and paste, plunderphonics
Source: WM Recordings/Vernon LeNoir
Zymogen
by Songraphie
audio
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November brings the first cold, Songraphie lend us their "Toys" to make our room warmer with some childish memories. The duo from Moscow, formed by Ilya and Paul Bochorov, skilled and talented producers, has created something different from everything they ever pubblished for Otium, their former label. These "toys" are the result of a very particoular mix between lot of different styles and influences; clicks & cuts, hard beat, idmish melodies, broken-tek, ambient pads,...
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Topics: IDM, glitch-hop, uptempo, electronic, glitch, clicks & cuts, minimal
Source: http://www.zymogen.net
nullrefs
by Robot Speaker
audio
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Each track on Robot Speaker's Plastic-TV Channel No. 5 is a unique collection of random sounds from electronic transmissions (television, radio, words, music, static), masterfully organized into complex and interacting sets of rhythms that are arranged unpredictably.
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Topic: Electro/IDM/Experimental/Breaks
Source: BedroomBrain Records - http://www.bedroombrain.com/
Candymind
by Dorothy's Magic Bag
audio
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Dorothy's Magic Bag is giving us a beautiful, yet sinister gift this time; a dance mosaic. You never heard of dance mosaic before? You're not the only one. We on Candy Mind had not heard about it before Dorothy's Magic Bag brought one home comming back from a trip to Mozambique. There, a secret tribe of voodoo-dancers taught him the even more secret art of... dansmosaik. Today mosaic do not have any chance, but in the future, everyone will have mosaic when they dance.
Topics: electronica, dorothy's magic bag, dorothys magic bag, candy mind, synthpop, electro
Source: www.candymind.com